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I agree with the authors analysis that 'lectures' are detrimental to student learning. Lectures, in many cases, do not allow the student to participate in the lecture, or give their views on the topic being lectured. Students need to be involved and participate in the topics being taught or presented to them. I would rather use the word 'presentation' instead of the word 'lecture'.Lecturing is not beneficial in a classroom. Nice article and it is well presented.

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